Posada Santa Fe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... br> We decided to get some orientation of the city so we made our way to the funicular. This is only about 104 metres long but rises quickly out of the street. The view from al Pipila is stunning, especially in the afternoon. The colours of the buildings is unforgetful. After some photos we make our way down to the city and warm the legs.
After a quick wander around a few blocks we settled into a restaurant close to the hotel. Reasonable Mexican food and ...
... a couple intersections, I took off my flip flops to cross the rushing water so as to not loose them. A block from home I turned a corner that, water wise, was relatively calm . . . . and lost my flip flop! After a split second of unbelief I went chasing after it, thankful every time it got caught up in something that slowed it down. As I was running, I was also thinking about the fact that it could continue down stream for a very long time and I ...
... and connect from there.
I kinda feel a bit sorry for Queretaro… Its definitely not a bad place, but got the brunt of my boredom with Colonial Towns combined with a brutal hangover. The town was really pretty (despite the main fountain blasting out Celine Dion as its accompanying music) but I didn’t particularly want to stay there – was rather forced into doing it due to setting off late. As a result I couldn’t even really be ***** taking ...
... to our birthday song.
On Friday after the afternoon class, we said our goodbyes to those who weren't going out to celebrate the end of the session and who were going home the next morning. It was sad because at best I'll have 3 more weeks with them next summer, at worst just a day or so in the in-between weekend if we end up atteding different sessions.
That night, to celebrate, we all went to a ...
... our ice cream cones.
Chris' cousin, Sue, and three Guelph friends (Roz, Marion and Leda) were on a tour, from Bucerias, to see the Butterfly Sanctuary in the state of Michoacan. We had pre-arranged to stay in the same hotel in Guanajuato and see the city together on Saturday. Due to our busy day,
Chris and I fell asleep before they arrived, but we had a great breakfast the next morning hearing about their trip, and a 'horse' adventure, or misadventure ;), in El ...